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    • I will be going on the 23rd, can't make it this friday but Ninja looks awesome! I wonder what other things the park has in store!?? 🤔   I tried calling and even tried contacting through email with no avail. Person I spoke to on the phone didn't even know about the event. Anyone else able to get ahold of this info?? The promo page on there website does not state that this needs a ticket so I am at a loss 😐 I was able to make a reservation though just using my memebership, no special ticket number needed.
    • Yes, the park has a super-strict height restriction but they are also really focusing on the family market now so it was always going to be a family drop ride. The dividers I believe are just due to covid.
    • Peach Season! Gaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaahdrool.
    • That is fair, the ability to take a break and just walk to the hotel is quite nice. That is one downside to not staying on site for Coastermania, I always take a break (I need to) and of course gotta not just walk to the car but lose the sweet spot right near the park. Its true it IS an experience, it's one that I skip on now but having done so in the past it is quite wonderful.    Gah all this makes me excited, can't wait for June 4 to be here!
    • I agree the section above the quarry wall is slow, but I don't mind since it keeps throwing great elements with strong airtime or lateral hangtime.
    • Just a few months after our strawberry picking adventure at Southern Hill Farms, we found that it was time to come back for a new crop, this time fresh blueberries to be picked! Once again we trekked out to Clermont and found ourselves with walking the fields to pick the best looking produce fresh from the farm. Thanks to the sheer volume of the blueberry plants, the mad rush of the morning wasn't nearly as crazy and even by mid-day as we left, there was still plenty of fruit ready to pick. The beauty of this crop is that with so many at various stages of growth, it was clear that in just a week or two, there would be more blueberries to replace those picked during the day we visited.  Southern Hill Farms was also hosting sunflower picking like before, along with tractor rides, a small child's play area with rides, slides and those awesome bounce pads. The food and beverage options from our prior visit were all available again but with expanded options thanks to the addition of several more food trucks and vendors.  Southern Hill Farms continues to be a really neat local experience for Central Florida, and a tasty one at that! Peach season starts soon so we'll definitely be back for more in the coming weeks! And we're back! Love it! Freshly cleaned buckets are your tool to collect all of the blueberries you'll find in the fields. Tractor rides are available at an additional cost for those that don't want to walk to the far end of the property (or just want to enjoy the ride experience). We opted to take the walk given how beautiful of a day it was.  You start out with just a few in your bin but before you know it... You've done some serious damage! You have to spot the deep blues and purples to know which ones to pick, but with so many light greens and pinks being grown, there'll be plenty more to grab in the weeks ahead. Two bins later and we ended up with 4 lbs of blueberries. It cost about $18 for everything we picked!  After you're done picking you can enjoy some of the other offerings the grounds have to offer. Can't forget about The Beer Shed. Lots of new food truck options this time around! Just a few months ago these were the strawberry fields we picked from... We can't wait to get more strawberries during their next season here.  Some shading has been put up over the bounce pads! Rides and slides for the little ones... This generator-powered chair swing is here too! A sneak peek at peach season, coming to Southern Hill Farms in just a few weeks!
    • And since you are staying at Breakers add to everything Zach and Bert said the chance to leave the park at close by the front gate (or the gate by Windseeker depending on if your feet have died or not) and walk back to Breakers down the beach boardwalk enjoying the lovely and quiet  end of the beach in the moonlight before you get back to the noisy end by the hotel. If you are doing multiple parks on the trip, the whole experience of the beach and resort will be a nice break and give it a more vacation type feel versus just a mad rush from park to park.
    • I wish I could but my wife works nights on weekdays and we only have the one truly functional car (a Ram 1500 worth less than the head gasket job it needs isn't really functional if it takes 2 quarts of oil per hour driving). Hope the park does more than 2 of these, and maybe on weekends. Sundays would be interesting.
    • tho credit where it's due. . that horrible coaster *does* look amazing with that lighting.
    • the Japanese Grill at Hotel Breakers (and the Perkins for Breakfast) are pluses for me too. I can take or leave the TGI Fridays, tho the patio overlooking the beach/pool at that location is nice. as you noted, Zach, the bar (indoors and outdoors by the firepits, where they have waitress service) is wonderful.
    • Who would have thought a 37 year old roller coaster purchased during COVID from Mexico, that had been previously located at 5 other parks, and had once tragically killed riders, would take a little time and TLC . Maybe we should give Indiana Beach a little credit.
    • What a great step in the right direction. It will make us want to stay until close.
    • It's more than convenience. I'll share some of what's included in our typical days at Breakers. In bold is what you can't, or isn't really worth it when staying off site: -Wake up and go for an early job around the peninsula/beach -Grab a Starbucks Coffee and drink it by the beach or in our room overlooking the beach, prior to park opening -Get cleaned up and lounge/relax for a short period, overlooking the beach -Go to breakfast somewhere in the resort -Get to the park an hour early -Fast lane plus -Ride everything at our complete leisure -Go back to our room and eat whatever healthy lunch we packed in a cooler -Ride leisurely again. -Possibly take a dip in the pool later afternoon. -Take a short nap to recharge -Drink a cold beer in the room from our cooler     -OR even better: go to the bar and start the evening with a cocktail on the beach patio -Ride rides and eventually get melt.     -Take any leftovers back to our room via short walk -Ride until close -Walk around the dead very quiet closed park before heading back (don't skip this) -Grab a drink at the bar (optional) -Enjoy it in our room, on the beach, in the hot tub, on our balcony, etc. -Possibly substitute or add ice cream sold at the Breakers Ice Cream shop   It's not just convenience. It's an experience. It's not a strain on our budget, so we get the most out of our experience. If you want to save money, that's your prerogative, and there's nothing wrong with that. But, don't pretend there's very little difference between staying at Breakers Express and Breakers. You're not going to sell me. If anyone hasn't stayed at Breakers, they don't really have a basis for argument. Our several day trips to CP wouldn't be special, without Breakers. For us, it's what separates it from other parks. It's hard to find that kind of package elsewhere. With a couple nights at Breakers and FL+, it takes all of the urgency out of the trip.  Of note, we choose to stay in rooms overlooking the beach, since we see the park most of the day. It's turns it into somewhat of two different experiences in one.
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